Master of Earth and Energy Resources Leadership

Master of Earth and Energy Resources Leadership
Master of Earth and Energy Resources Leadership
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News and Events: Queen's Master of Earth and Energy Resources Leadership Program

News and Events - Queen's Master of Earth and Energy Resources Leadership

MEERL in Toronto

The MEERL team will in Toronto Canada from March 4th to 7th. Join us for our information session on Monday March 5th from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm and come say hello at our Queen's University booth at PDAC 2018

The information session will be your opportunity to learn more about the program and ask questions. It will be held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Come meet MEERL's Interim Director, Vicki Remenda, and MEERL's Special Projects Coordinator, Maraika De Groot. ​

Program Webinar with a MEERL Student - Feb 27th at 4:30 pm (EST)

Join us for a webinar with one of our current Masters of Earth and Energy Resources Leadership (MEERL) students, Mark Lawson. Mark works in Stakeholder Relations for a major Canadian natural gas distribution company. Mark will be joined by Maraika De Groot, Special Projects Coordinator for MEERL and a geotechnical engineer for mining projects. 

TO REGISTER CLICK HERE.

Dr. Hutchinson Receives T. Geoffrey Flynn Advancement Champion Award

Congratulations to Dr. Jean Hutchinson on receiving the T. Geoffrey Flynn Advancement Champion Award from Queen's University, Office of Advancement, in recognition of work with alumni and on advancement during the time of her Headship. This award, established in May 2003, honours T. Geoffrey Flynn, Professor Emeritus of Biomedical & Molecular Sciences and friend of the Office of Advancement. Through his work in strengthening the essential link between academic priorities and those who seek to support them through philanthropy, he has been a champion of advancement work ...

Ione L. Taylor "Heritage of the Petroleum Geologist" honoree

Congratulations to Ione L. Taylor as one of the 100 “Heritage of the Petroleum Geologist” honorees selected by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) as part of their 100 Year Celebration.  AAPG is one of the world's largest international professional geological societies with more than 35,000 members worldwide.  AAPG works to advance the science of geology, especially as it relates to petroleum, natural gas, and mineral resources, and to promote the technology of exploring for, finding, and producing these materials in an economically and environmentally sound manner.

 

During its Centennial Year, the AAPG honored 100 petroleum geologists – one for each of the 100 years since the Association was established in Tulsa, OK in 1917.  Ione Taylor was nominated and selected to receive this honor; one of only 8 women included.  This award goes to individuals in the oil and gas industry who are “known for substantial industry contributions and for taking a proactive role in passing on knowledge and experience to future generations”.  A profile of Ione’s career including accomplishments, disappointments, lessons learned (often the hard way), and career advice is featured in the book, “Heritage of the Petroleum Geologist” by Sternbach, et.al, 2017.  Honorees were feted at a luncheon during the Centennial Celebration Meeting in Houston, TX in April during which they networked with Young Professionals to inspire, with shared advice and encouragement, this next generation of petroleum geologists.  

View her career profile in Heritage of the Petroleum Geologist by Sternbach, et.al, 2017.

Faculty in the News

Dr. Heather Jamieson. Top Mineralogist. Peacock Medal. Faculty in the News.Dr. Heather Jamieson has been featured in both the Kingston Whig Standard and the Queen's Gazette in relation to her receiving the Peacock Medal from the Mineralogical Association of Canada (MAC).

The Whig refers to Heather as "...the leading environmental mineralogist in the world in the study of trace elements at abandoned or active mine sites."

Read the full article on the Kingston Whig Standard website.

Also, read the article posted by the Queen's Gazette.